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(2) The Biological And Health Effects (1)
(3) Measurement Considerations (1)
Abstracts. (1)
Abstracts. Modular Integrated Utility Systems (1)
Access Control. Privacy, Right Of (1)
Aerosols (1)
A List Of References Is Provided For Published Papers And Reports Containing Rate Constants Or Mechanisms For The Oxidation Of S(IV) By Oxygen In Aqueous Solution, With Or Without Catalysts. Three Hundred And Twenty Papers Are Listed, The Period Covered Extending From 1897 To 1981. (1)
Alloys (1)
An Account Of The Initial U.S. Concerns With, And Subsequent Efforts To Cope With, The Safe Use Of Ionizing Radiation A Is Given. National Interest Was Focused In The National Bureau Of Standards Where Radiation Programs Were Established At The Urging Of, (1)
Analysis (5)
Analysis. (1)
Analysis. Natural Products (1)
And (4) Strategies And Control Technologies To Minimize Indoor Radiation Exposure. (1)
And Case Studies. (1)
And Monitored And Supported A By The Office Of Standards Information, Analysis And Development (OSIAD). The Report Summarizes NBS' Standards Activities During Calendar Year 1979. It Contains Information On NBS Staff Participation On Standards Committees, Highlights Of Significant Technical And Individual Contributions Made By NBS Staff, A Description Of NBS Standards Management Activities, And A Directory Of Staff Participating On Committees. (1)
And Monitored And Supported By The Office Of Standards Information, Analysis, And Development (OSIAD). These Reports Contain Highlights Of Significant Technical And Individual Contributions Made By NBS Staff, A Description Of NBS Standards Management And Information Activities, And A Directory Of Standards Committees On Which NBS Staff Serve. (1)
And The Corrections For Air Scatter, Room Return, And Anisotropic-neutron Emission. Explicit, Semi-empirical, Analytic Expressions Are Given For The Room Return Correction, And Calculated Numerical Values Are Given For Air Scatter. (1)
An International Workshop On The Backfill A Component Of A Multi-barrier Under-ground Isolation System For Nuclear Waste Disposal/storage Was Conducted On April 13 And 14, 1981, At The National Bureau Of Standards, Washington, DC. This Report Includes The Papers Presented And/or Submitted To The Workshop For Publication. It Also Contains The Surveyed Results Of A Questionnaire Distributed To The Participants At The Workshop. The Workshop Held A One-day Informal Indepth Discussion On The Subject And A Summary Of These Discussions Is Included In This Report, Which States Areas Where Further Research And Development Needs Are Required To Better Understand The Fundamental Mechanisms Of The Backfill In The Waste Repository. (1)
An Introduction To The Transmittance Measurement Assurance Program (MAP) Service Is Given. Documentation For The Service Is Provided Through A Comprehensive List Of References. The Results Of A Pilot Run For The MAP Service Are Given In A Sample Calibration Report. (1)
Architecture (1)
A Regional Seminar Sponsored By The Korea Standards Research Institute, The National Bureau Of Standards, And The U.S. Agency For International Development Was Held At The New K-SRI Laboratories At Daeduk Near Dae Jeon In The Republic Of Korea On September 27-28, 1978. The Participants Representing Most Of The Countries In The South Asian And Western Pacific Region Discussed The Importance Of Providing Services In Measurement Science And Technology (metrology) To Governmental And Industrial Organizations In The Region. The Consensus Was That A Need For A Central National Capability In Metrology Existed In Countries At All Levels Of Development, And That That Central Organization Could Be A Focal Point For Intra- And International Cooperation, Which Alone Could Lead To Compatibility Of Measurements, A Prerequisite For Quality Control For All Kinds Of Products In Domestic And International Markets. Australia And New Zealand Had Established A Group Of Accredited Test Laboratories To Disseminate The Accuracies Inherent In The National Measurement System. Industry Was Increasingly Aware That Metrology Was Essential To Development, But The Specific Needs At Appropriate Accuracies Needed To Be Established By Surveys. The Korean Government Strongly Supported The Establishment Of Metrological Services As Is Well Illustrated By The New K-SRI Laboratories. (1)
Asbestos (1)
Assurance Of Measurement Quality To Meet Requirements For Regulatory Agencies, Marketplace Equity, And Productivity And Quality Control In Manufacturing And Research Is Challenged By Unprecedented Demands For Sensitivity, Speed, Precision, And Accuracy Over Wide Ranges Of Properties And Signal Characteristics. New Approaches Are Needed. Examples Of NBS Response, Principally In Electrical And Electronic Engineering Are Described. (1)
ASTM And NBS Co-sponsored A Basestock Consistency Study (BCS) To Assess The Quality Consistency Of Lubricating Base Oils. This Study, Which Is The First Of Its Kind, Will Impact On Developing Basestock Characterization Methodology And On Efficient Utilization Of Energy Resources As Well As Their Conservation Through Recycling. The Purpose Of This Publication Is To Present The ASTM/NBS BCS Data For Data Analysis. Monthly Production Samples From Six Re-refiners And Four Refiners Were Analyzed By 14 Laboratories For A 13 Month Period. The Results Of Over 55 Tests Are Divided According To Six Major Categories: Rheology, Physical Properties, Chemical Properties, Hydrocarbon Type Analysis, General Performance Tests, And Oxidation And Wear Bench Tests. The Data Are Presented In Tabular And Grphical Form, Which Is Quite Amenable To Further Data Analysis. (1)
Astrophysics. Spectrum Analysis. Radiative Transfer. (1)
Atmospheres (1)
Atmospheric Chemistry (1)
Atomic Spectra (3)
Atomic Spectroscopy (3)
Atomic Transition Probabilities (5)
Automation (1)
A Workshop On Possible Contributions Of Cement And Concrete Technology To Energy Conservation By The Year 2000 Was Held At The National Bureau Of Standards On October 3 And 4, 1977. The Purpose Of The Workshop Was To Identify And Record Ideas On Possible Contributions Of Cement And Concrete Technology To Energy Conservation In The Near Term And By The Year 2000. This Included Consideration Of Current Technology As Well As Areas In Which Technological Advances Might Be Realized. The Workshop Was Divided Into Working Groups On Cement Composition, Cement Production, Blending Materials, Concrete Production, Efficient Use Of Concrete, And Institutional Factors. The Essential Results From The Six Working Groups Were Statements Of Energy-Saving Opportunities, Research Needs, And Unresolved Issues. The Statements, Which Are The Major Part Of This Report, Are Presented Without Critical Analysis. They Suggest, However, That There Are A Large Number Of Possible Opportunities Which Should Be Evaluated For Their Ability To Contribute To Energy Conservation In The Cement And Concrete Industries. (1)
Bibliography. (44)
Bibliography. Atomic Frequency Standards (1)
Bibliography. Carbon (1)
Bibliography. Ceramics (1)
Bibliography. Chemical Kinetics (1)
Bibliography. Chemical Systems (1)
Bibliography. Doppler Effect (1)
Bibliography. Electronic Digital Computers (1)
Bibliography. Energy Levels (Quantum Mechanics) (3)
Bibliography. Energy Transfer (1)
Bibliography. Equilibrium (1)
Bibliography. Hydrocarbons (1)
Bibliography. Hydrogen (1)
Bibliography. Hydrogen Halides (1)
Bibliography. Information Storage And Retrieval Systems (1)
Bibliography. Isotopes (1)
Bibliography. Metals (1)
Bibliography. Metric System (1)
Bibliography. Modular Coordination (Architecture) (1)
Bibliography. Nitrogen (3)
Bibliography. Nitrogen Oxides (2)
Bibliography. Oxygen (3)
Bibliography. Spectrophotometry (1)
Bibliography. Stark Effect (1)
Bibliography. Sulphur (1)
Biomedical Materials (1)
Blood (1)
Building (10)
Building. (1)
Building Laws (1)
Buildings (2)
Canada. (2)
Catalogs. Public Utilities. (1)
Catalysis (2)
Ceramic Materials (1)
Ceramics (2)
Chemical Kinetics (6)
Chemistry, Analytic (1)
Chemistry, Inorganic (1)
Collection And Preservation (1)
Color (1)
Colorimetry (1)
Column Headings Include The Following: Quantity (1)
Combustion (1)
Commercial Products (1)
Complications (1)
Computerized Typesetting (2)
Computer Programs (1)
Conduction (1)
Congresses. (88)
Congresses. Accidents (1)
Congresses. Antiquities (1)
Congresses. Art Objects (1)
Congresses. Blood Gases (1)
Congresses. Buildings (2)
Congresses. Ceramics (3)
Congresses. Ceramics Cutting (1)
Congresses. Chemistry, Analytic (1)
Congresses. Chemistry, Inorganic (1)
Congresses. Chemistry, Organic (1)
Congresses. Coal Gasification (1)
Congresses. Coal Liquefaction (1)
Congresses. Coatings (1)
Congresses. Color In Architecture (1)
Congresses. Color In Interior Decoration (1)
Congresses. Combustion (1)
Congresses. Cross Sections (Nuclear Physics) (3)
Congresses. Database Management (1)
Congresses. Durable Goods, Consumer (1)
Congresses. Electrolytes (1)
Congresses. Electronic Data Processing Departments (1)
Congresses. Electrons (1)
Congresses. Environmental Monitoring (1)
Congresses. Fire Prevention (1)
Congresses. Fluorimetry (2)
Congresses. Foreign Trade Promotion (1)
Congresses. Fracture Mechanics (1)
Congresses. Free Electron Theory Of Metals (1)
Congresses. Government Purchasing (1)
Congresses. Hospitals (1)
Congresses. Human Engineering (1)
Congresses. Hydrogen-ion Concentration (1)
Congresses. Industrial Mobilization (1)
Congresses. Ion-permeable Membranes (1)
Congresses. Manipulators (Mechanism) (1)
Congresses. Materials (1)
Congresses. Metallurgy (2)
Congresses. Metals (3)
Congresses. Metals In Surgery (1)
Congresses. Metric System (1)
Congresses. Microprobe Analysis (1)
Congresses. Molecular Dynamics (1)
Congresses. Monte Carlo Method (1)
Congresses. Nebulae (1)
Congresses. Nonmetals (1)
Congresses. Oil Spills And Wildlife (1)
Congresses. Orthopedic Implants (1)
Congresses. Oxidation (1)
Congresses. Patents (1)
Congresses. Phosphorimetry (2)
Congresses. Physical Measurements (1)
Congresses. Polymers (1)
Congresses. Printing (1)
Congresses. Radiation (2)
Congresses. Refrigeration And Refrigerating Machinery (1)
Congresses. Reliability (Engineering) (1)
Congresses. Robots (1)
Congresses. Scanning Electron Microscopes (1)
Congresses. Simulation Methods (1)
Congresses. Solids (1)
Congresses. Space Environment (1)
Congresses. Stars (1)
Congresses. Surface Chemistry (1)
Congresses. Tissues (1)
Congresses. Transport Theory (1)
Congresses. Ultrasonic Waves (1)
Congresses. Weapons Industry (1)
Conservation And Restoration (1)
Conservation And Restoration. (1)
Construction Industry (1)
Contained Herein Is A Bibliography Of Sources Of Experimental And Correlated Thermodynamic Data For The Systems CO2 + NH3 + H2O, CO2 + H2S + H2O, H2S + NH3 + H2O, And CO2 + NH3 + H2S + H2O. The Types Of Data In This Bibliography Include All Types Of Equilibrium Data, Including Both Equilibria In Solution And Vapor-liquid Equilibrium Data, Enthalpies, Heat Capacities, And Densities. There Are 215 References Cited. (1)
Conversion Factor (1)
Conversion Tables. (2)
Conversion Tables. Rulers (Instruments). (1)
Cooling (1)
Coordinated Through Standards Offices In Each NBS Major Operational Unit (1)
Coordinated Through Standards Offices In Each NBS Major Organizational Unit (1)
Corrosion And Anti-corrosives (2)
Critical Phenomena (Physics) (1)
Cross Sections (Nuclear Physics) (4)
Crystallography (1)
Current Measurements (1)
Database Management (1)
Data Processing (4)
Data Processing. Medical Records (1)
Data Transmission Systems (1)
Design And Construction (1)
Developing Countries (2)
Diagnosis, Ultrasonic (1)
Directories. (2)
Directories. Ceramics (1)
Directories. Corrosion And Anti-corrosives (1)
Dislocations In Crystals (1)
Durable Goods, Consumer (1)
Earthquake Effects. (1)
Earthquakes (1)
Economics (1)
Electric Properties (1)
Electrodes, Ion Selective (1)
Electrolytes (1)
Electronic Digital Computers (2)
Electron Probe Microanalysis (1)
Energy-band Theory Of Solids (1)
Energy Conservation (3)
Engineering Design (2)
Environmental Engineering (1)
Equipment And Supplies (1)
Evaluation (1)
Evaluation. (1)
Every Laboratory In This Country Is A Valuable National Resource. Along With The People Who Work In These Facilities, U.S. Laboratories Constitute The Basic Foundation Of This Country's Scientific And Industrial Strength. (1)
Finishing (1)
Fire Prevention (2)
Fire Testing (1)
Flow Meters (2)
Flow Meters. (1)
Fluence To Dose Equivalent Conversion (1)
Fracture (3)
Fracture Mechanics (3)
Frame-insulating Frame, Opening Type, Weather Strip And Hardware (1)
Fuel (1)
Gallium. Melting Points. (1)
Game Theory (1)
Gaussian And Cgs Emu (1)
Glazing-multi-glazing, Reflective Glazing, Plastic Glazing And Glass Block (1)
Government Consultants (1)
Heat (1)
High Pressure (Science) (1)
High Temperatures (1)
History. (1)
History. Metric System. (1)
Hospitals (1)
Human Factors. (1)
Hydraulic Engineering (2)
Hydrogen As Fuel. (1)
Indexes. (6)
Indexes. Nuclear Engineering (1)
Industrialization (1)
Information Services (3)
Information Services. (1)
Infrared Spectroscopy (3)
Interior-interior Shading, Interior Coverings, Integral Lighting And Interior Mass. The Impacts Of These Design Elements Are Describes In A Matrix Form And Address The Following Window And Building Attributes: Airtightness, Water Tightness, Natural Ventilation, Insulation, Solar Admittance, Daylighting, Visual Separation, Acoustical Isolation, Safety, Access/Egress, Ease Of Operation, Forced Entry Resistance, And Durability/Maintenance. The Chart Is Designed For Ready Reference During The Design Process. (1)
In The Past, For The Most Part, Precision Electromagnetic Measurements Were Concerned With The Measurement Of Parameters For Sinusoidal (or Steady State) Excitation And Response, E.g., Magnitude, Phase, And Power. One Reason For The Popularity Of Frequency Domain Measurement Was That In This Domain Only One Complete Data Point Need Be Recorded To Constitute A Useful Measurement. Recording A Thousand Data Points As Required For Precision Time Domain Waveform Measurements Simply Was Not Feasible. Today Such Frequency Domain Measurements Are Still Important But Now Share Their Importance With Transient Pulse Time Domain Measurements. With The Emergence Of Integrated Circuit Components For (1) Sampling Or Analog To Digital Conversion, (2) Storage, And (3) Control, Real Time Digital Waveform Recording Is Now Practical And Widespread In Usage. Furthermore, By Coupling Waveform Recording Components To Minicomputers And Microprocessors Integrated Circuitry It Is Now Possible To Record Single Events Using Compact Systems (instruments) Which Acquire, Record, Process, And Analyze Transient Signals. In Fact, The Incorporation Of Digital Computation Integrated Circuitry Appears To Be A Major Driving Force In Expanding The Role Of Waveform Measurements In The Academic, Industrial And Scientific Communities. (1)
Inventions (1)
Ionizing Radiation (1)
Lighting (1)
Machine Theory (1)
Magnetic Properties (1)
Mass Spectrometry (1)
Materials (2)
Mathematical Statistics (1)
Measurement (8)
Measurement. (1)
Medical Records (1)
Members Of The Alpha-, Beta-, And Gamma-Ray Spectrometry Group Of The International Committee For Radionuclide Metrology Agreed In 1979 To Collect The Nuclear Data From Any Measurements In Their Laboratories That Were Pertinent To The Calibration Of The Efficiency Of Germanium Spectrometer Systems. This Report Is Composed Of The Contributions From 14 Laboratories, As Listed In Part II. If A Self-contained Contribution Was Received, It Has Been Incorporated Without Editing. Less Formal Communications, Or References To Published Articles, Are Discussed In Short Comments Prepared By The Compilers. Part IV Is A Compilation Of A Selected Portion Of The Data, Arranged By Radionuclide. (1)
Metallurgical Literature. (1)
Metals (5)
Metric System (4)
Metric System. Weights And Measures (2)
Microchemistry (1)
Modular Coordination (Architecture) (1)
Modular Integrated Utility Systems (1)
Modular Integrated Utility Systems Program (1)
National Environmental Specimen Bank (1)
National Measurement System For Time And Frequency. Time Measurements. Atomic Frequency Standards. (1)
NBS Uses A Decentralized System For Managing The Participation Of NBS Representatives In Outside Standards Committee Activities. This Type Of Management Is Governed By NBS Policy (1)
NBS Uses A Decentralized System For Managing The Participation Of NBS Representatives In Outside Standards Committees Activities. This Type Of Management Is Governed By NBS Policy (1)
Neutron Cross Sections (2)
Neutrons (1)
Nitrogen Oxychlorides (1)
Noise. Soundproofing. Architectural Acoustics. (1)
Noise Control (1)
Nuclear Activation Analysis (1)
Nuclear Engineering (1)
Nuclear Physics (1)
Oil Pollution Of The Sea (1)
Optical Properties (1)
Orthopedic Implants (1)
Performance (1)
Performance. Job Stress. (1)
Periodicals (1)
Petroleum Waste (1)
Phantom Construction (1)
Phase Diagrams (2)
Phase Diagrams. (1)
Photographic Lenses (1)
Photonuclear Reactions (3)
Physical Laboratories. (1)
Physical Measurements (2)
Planning (1)
Plastics (1)
Pollution (1)
Power And Energy Measurements, And Data Acquisition. Included Are Discussions Of Applications Of Conventional Measurement Techniques And State-of-the-art Systems. (1)
Privacy, Right Of (1)
Procedures Are Given For Routine Testing And Calibration Of Neutron Dosimeters And Remmeters With Radioactive Neutron Sources. The Issues Addressed Include: The Choice Of Neutron A Source (1)
Product Safety (1)
Programming (Mathematics) (1)
Public Administration (1)
Public Education And Motivation (1)
Pyrolysis (1)
Quantitative (1)
Radiation (1)
Radioactive Substances (1)
Recycling (1)
Reliability (1)
Research (8)
Research. Buildings. (1)
Romania. Buildings (1)
Safety Measures (1)
Safety Measures. Building (1)
Science (1)
Security Measures (1)
SI And Rationalized Mks. (1)
Silicon (1)
Societies, Etc (1)
Solids (1)
Space Industrialization (1)
Space Simulators (1)
Spectra (2)
Spectra. X-ray Spectroscopy. Emission Spectroscopy. Metals (1)
Spectrophotometry (2)
Standard Installation Practices Were Developed To Assistin Assuring The Effectiveness And Safety Of Energy Conservation Measures Installed Under The Residential Conservation Service (RCS). They Serve As Mandatory Standards Under RCS But Are Recommended Guides For All Installations Of The Covered Materials And Products. The Criteria Are Being Used By DoE To Develop Training Manuals For Installers, Inspectors, And Energy Auditors. Part I Provides Information On The Intended Use Of The Practices, Outlines The RCS Program, And Discusses Specific Major Technical And Related Issues That Were Considered In The Development Of The Standards: Moisture And Building Retrofit, Attic Ventilation, Electrical Wiring, Recessed And Surface-mounted Fixtures, The Use Of Diagnostic Tools (infrared Thermography, Air Change Rate, And Window Air Leakage Measurements), And Product Certification. Part II Provides The Actual Practices Together With Commentary And Additional Recommendations. The Products Covered Are Loose-fill, Batts And Blankets, Rigid Foam Boards, UF Foam And Reflective Insu (1)
Standardization (2)
Standards (7)
Standards, Engineering (2)
Standards. (1)
Standards. Radioactivity (1)
Stars (1)
Statistics (1)
Stereology (1)
Storage (1)
Study And Teaching (1)
Superconductors (1)
Surfaces. Corrosion And Anti-corrosives. (1)
Symbol (1)
Systems And Standards. (3)
Tables (2)
Tables. (4)
Tables. Chemical Kinetics (1)
Tables. Computer Output Microfilm Devices. Digital Incremental Plotters. (1)
Tables. Metric System (1)
Tables. Photochemistry (1)
Tables. Photonuclear Reactions (2)
Terminology. Colors. (1)
Testing (5)
Testing-machines. (1)
Testing. (1)
Testing. FORTRAN (Computer Program Language). (1)
The Objective Of This Symposium Was To Assess Manufacturing Technologies Which Could Be Adapted Or Developed To Provide A Competitive Advantage For The U.S. Footwear Industry, And To Develop A Specific Plan For Activities That Would Be Appropriate For Government And Industry Cooperation. The Meeting Was Part Of A Three-year Department Of Commerce Program To Help Restore The Growth And Vitality Of The Domestic Footwear Industry. Initial Sessions Presented Technical And Evaluative Information As An Input To The Subsequent Working Group Discussions Of Footwear Industry Representatives. Government Staff Described The Results Of Their Assessment Of The Problems And Opportunities Of The Industry. To Stimulate Constructive Dialogue, Five Private Research Organizations Presented Ideas And Recommendations For Future Footwear Technological Development Resulting From Commerce Department Sponsored Studies. The Major New Technologies And Processes Presented Addressed Materials Development, Leather Technologies, Customfitting And Computer Assistance In Shoe Design And Manufacture (CAD/CAM). In Other Presentations, The President Of The American Footwear Industry Association Shared His Concerns, A Leading Footwear Designer Explored Design, Marketing And The Technology Interfaces, And Representatives Of Technologically Advanced Industries, (aerospace, Automobiles, Communications) Shared Their Views On Manufacturing Technologies And Applications To Footwear Industry Problems. Preliminary Symposium Results Were Evidence Of Industry Enthusiasm And Support For Government-industry Cooperative Activities, Interest In Establishing A Footwear Center To Provide Industry-wide Technical Assistance, And A Desire To Assess Computer-aided Design And Manufacture (CAD/CAM). Reports By The Consulting Firms On New Technologies And Business Strategies For The Footwear Industry Are Included As Appendices. (1)
The Proceedings Of The Workshop On Spectroscopic Applications Of Slow Atomic Beams Contain Papers On Laser Cooling Of Atomic Beams, Gases, And Trapped Particles And Papers On Trapping Of Neutral Atoms In Laser, Electric, And Magnetic Fields. These And Other Papers Discuss Possible Applications Of Cooled Atoms To Spectroscopy And To Time And Frequency Standards. The Present Status And Directions Of Research In Time And Frequency Standards Is Also Discussed. (1)
The Publication Reprints And Collects In One Convenient Source Three Articles, By NBS Authors, That Present A Philosophical Basis, General Guidelines, And Specific Recommendations For Expressing The Uncertainties Of Final Measurement Results. (1)
The Report Highlights Key Accomplishments Of The National Bureau Of Standards During Fiscal Year 1978. NBS Is The Nation's Central Reference Laboratory For Measurements In The Physical Sciences And Engineering. (1)
The Report Provides A Detailed Assessment Of The Capabilities, Limitations, And Requirements Of The National Nonionizing Radiation Measurement System. The Priorities Of These Measurement Requirements Are Assessed According To Their Ability To Contribute (1) To The Core Competence Of Determining The Electric And Magnetic Fields Of A Source Or (2) To The Associated Capabilities For (a) Generating And Applying Reference Fields, (b) Characterizing Sources And Reflectors, Or (c) Recording Exposure Histories. The Report Examines These Measurement Capabilities At All Frequencies Between Dc And 300 GHz. (1)
The Report Summarizes NBS Research In The Area Of Walkway And Shoe Slip-resistance Measurement Since 1924 And Outlines Current Activities That Will Provide A Technical Basis For Slip-resistance Measurement. Current Activities In Data Base Development And Identification Of Standard Reference Surfaces Contribute To A Rational Basis For Quantitative Slip-resistance Criteria For Building Codes And Standards. Proposed Future Research Thrusts Include Personal Factors Such As Human Biokinetic And Perceptual Variables, As Well As Environmental Factors Such As Lighting In The Built Environment. The Research Will Contribute To The Development Of New Intervention Strategies To Reduce Deaths And Injuries Due To Slips And Falls. (1)
Thermal Analysis (1)
Thermodynamics (1)
The Sensor Handbook Is Intended As A Guide For Those Who Design, Specify, Use, And Test Military Automatic Test Equipment Containing Sensors. The Handbook Addresses Measurands And Principles Of Measurement, Data Acquisition, Sensor Calibration And Testing, Environmental Considerations, Stability, Durability, Reliability, And Error Assessment. Sensor Manufacturers And Sensor Calibration And Evaluation Resources Are Included, As Is An Annotated Bibliography. The Handbook Is Based Largely On The Present, Proved State-of-the-art. Possible Future Trends Are Briefly Discussed. The Handbook Is Addressed To The General Engineer, System Designer, Or Manager With An Engineering Background. It Does Not Provide The Highly Detailed Technical Information Needed By The Measurement Engineer, Although Ample References Are Included For Further Study. (1)
These Proceedings Are The Compilation Of 21 Papers Presented At A Seminar On Traceability For Ionizing Radiation Measurements Held At The National Bureau Of Standards, Gaithersburg, MD, On May 8-9, 1980. General Concepts For Traceability Were Presented From Several Perspectives. The National Standards For Radiation Dosimetry, Radioactivity Measurements, And Neutron Measurements Were Described. Specific Programs For Achieving Traceability To The National Standards For Radiation Measurements In Medical, Occupational, And Environmental Applications Were Summarized. (1)
These Proceedings Are The Compilation Of 203 Papers Presented At The International Conference On Nuclear Cross Sections For Technology, October 22-26, 1979. Invited Papers Reviewed Nuclear Data Needs For Standard Fission Reactors, Alternate Fuel Cycles, Fusion Reactors, Biomedical Applications, And Applications In Industry, As Well As Integral Experiments, Cross Section Measurements, Cross Section Standards, And Cross Section Evaluations. There Were 165 Contributed Papers On These Subjects With Some Emphasis On Cross Section Measurement Techniques And Evaluation Of Cross Section Data. (1)
These Proceedings Consist Of 18 Submitted Entries (16 Papers And 2 Abstracts) From The 31st Meeting Of The Mechanical Failures Prevention Group Which Was Held At The National Bureau Of Standards, Gaithersburg, Maryland, April 22-24, 1980. The Theme Of The Symposium Was Failure Prevention In Ground Transportation Systems. Areas Of Interest Included Rail Vehicles And Structures, Highway And Road Bridges, Pipeline Transportation Systems, And Motor Carriers. (1)
The Symposium On The Department Of Energy's Intermediate Future Forecasting System IFFS Was Held In Washington, D.C. On August 19, 1982. It Was Funded By The Energy Information Administration Of The Department Of Energy (DOE) And Organized By The Operations Research Division Of The National Bureau Of Standards. The Purposes Of The Symposium Were (1) To Present To The Energy Community Details Of DOE's New Energy Market Model IFFS And (2) To Have An Open Forum In Which IFFS And Its Major Elements Could Be Reviewed And Critiqued By External Experts. DOE Speakers Discussed The Total System, Its Software Design, And The Modeling Aspects Of Oil And Gas Supply, Refineries, Electric Utilities, Coal, And The Energy Economy. Invited Experts Critiqued Each Of These Topics And Offered Suggestions For Modifications And Improvement. This Volume Documents The Proceedings (papers And Discussion) Of The Symposium. (1)
The Wall Chart 'Design For Better Window Performance' Describes Window And Other Design Elements And The Impact Of These Design Elements Singly And In Combination On Window Performance And Building Attributes. The Design Elements Are Grouped Into Four Categories: Exterior-windbreaks, Shades, Coverings And Sun Orientation (1)
The Workshop On Measurement Of Electrical Quantities In Pulse Power Systems Addressed Measurements In Pulse Systems Having The Characteristics Of Pulse Duration Less Than A Millisecond, System Voltages Greater Than 10 Kilovolts, And System Currents Greater Than 10 Kiloamperes. The Presented Papers Were Divided Into Four Categories: Voltage Measurements (1)
The Workshop On The Utility And Use Of Large-Scale Mathematical Models Held At The National Bureau Of Standards, Gaithersburg, Maryland (April 28-29, 1977), Was A 'first' For Its Purpose To Examine The Problem Of How To Improve The Use And Utility Of Large-scale Mathematical Models In The Federal Government. The Workshop Speakers Addressed Specific Problem Areas, Including: The Present Status Of Model Use In DOD And Non-DOD Applications, Issues Facing Developers, Problems Of Model Implementation, Transfer And Development In The Energy Field, Model Assessment And Evaluation, Use In Policy Analysis, Comparison Of Models, Management Of The Modeling Process, Model Software And Documentation, And Guidelines, Standards And Management Improvement Activities. This Proceedings Volume Presents The Papers And Much Of The Discussion That Took Place At The Workshop, Along With A Summary Of Directions For Needed Research. (1)
This 'Proceedings' Is A Complete Compilation Of The Papers Presented April 14 And 15, 1981, At The National Water Conservation Conference - Publicly Supplied Potable Water In Denver, CO. Techniques For, And Analysis Of, Potable Water Conservation And Wastewater Flow Reduction Were Presented. The Topics Addressed Included: Water-saving Technology (1)
This Book Is An Elementary Introduction To The Laws Of Measurements. But The Approach Is Not An Abstract Discussion Of Measurements, Instead It Depends Upon Getting You To Make Measurements And, By Observing Collections Of Measurements, To Discover For Yourself Some Of The Properties Of Measurements. The Idea Is To Learn Something About Measurement That Will Be Useful-no Matter What Is Being Measured. Some Hint Is Given Of The Devices That Scientists And Measurements Specialists Use To Get More Out Of The Available Equipment. Understanding Something About The Laws Of Measurements, A Person May Be Able To Get The Answers To Your Own Research Problems With Half The Usual Amount Of Work. No Young Scientist Can Afford To Pass Up A Topic That May Double His Scientific Achievements. (2)
This Book Presents The Proceedings Of The DoE/NBS Workshop On Environmental Speciation And Monitoring Needs For Trace Metal-Containing Substances From Energy Related Processes Held At The National Bureau Of Standards , Gaithersburg, MD, On May 18-20, 1981. The Workshop Was Sponsored By The Office Of Health And Environmental Research, DoE, And The Office Of Recycled Materials, NBS. The Volume Contains Refereed Papers Submitted By 24 Invited Speakers, Along With Substantially Complete Text Of The Discussion Following The Papers, Edited By The Co-chairpersons. The Proceedings Address Three Major Topic Areas Forming The Overall Objective Of The Workshop: (1) What Are The General And Specific Types Of Metal- Or Metalloid-containing Substances Occurring In Energy-related Process Materials Such As Coals, Oil Shales, And Waste Products. (2) What Are The Current Status And Future Prospects Of Element- And Compound-specific Measurement Methods Suitable For Speciation Of Trace (ppm, Ppb) Metal- And Metalloid-containing Substances Transmitted To The Environment By Energy-processing Or Waste Cycling Technologies. (3) For What Toxic Molecular Forms Of Speciated Process Effluents Should Biological Dose-response Data Be Generated To Assure Reliable Environmental Impact And Monitoring Measurements. Main Questions Focused On Providing Assurance That The Speciation Methods (or Their Development) Fit Basic Bioassay Criteria Along With Appropriate Standard Reference Materials For Meeting Quantitative Process And Waste Monitoring Or Control Needs. (1)
This Document Contains A Total Of 18 Presented Papers, All Of Which Address The Subjct Of Rehabilitation--currently A Critical Issue In The Nation's Effort To Revitalize Its Cities And House Its Citizens. Public Sector, As Well As Private Ector Programs And Experiences Toward Achieving This Goal Are Covered In One General And Three Technical Sessions. (1)
This Is The Proceedings Of A Roundtable Discussion Of Radon In Buildings Held June 15, 1979 At The National Bureau Of Standards In Gaithersburg, Maryland. The Meeting Brought Together A Number Of Participants With Diverse Interdisciplinary Interest In Radiation Protection, Radiation Measurement And Building Technology, Provided A Forum To Exchange Information, And Drew Attention To Some Of The Problems And Research Needs Associated With Radiation Exposure Due To Radon In Buildings. Emphasis Was Placed On (1) The Characterization Of The Sources And Pathways Of Radon In Buildings (1)
This Paper Presents A Model For Measuring The Benefits Of Improved Accuracy In Test Equipment. The Model Permits Calculation Of The Probability Of Accepting A Unit Under Test (UUT) That Is Out Of Specifications (i.e., Consumer's Loss) And The Probability Of Rejecting A UUT That Is Within Specifications (i.e., Producer's Loss) For Alternative Levels Of Test Equipment Accuracy. Accuracy Is Defined In Terms Of Both The Systematic And The Random Measurement Error Of The Equipment. Other Parameters That Are Taken Into Account By The Model Are The Mean And Variance Of The UUT Attribute Of Interest, The Performance Specifications Of The UUT, And The Test Specifications Which Define Acceptance And Rejection In Terms Of Test Measurement Results. A Discussion Of The Economic Consequences Of Consumer's Loss And Producer's Loss Is Included. The Model May Be Used To Optimize Both Procurement Policy For New Test Equipment As Well As Maintenance And Calibration Policy For Existing Test Equipment. (1)
This Publication Is A Formal Report Of The Joint Conference On Measurements And Standards For Recycled Oil/Systems Performance And Durability Held At The National Bureau Of Standards On October 23 Through 26, 1979. There Were Seven Sessions On Specific Areas, With A Total Of 32 Technical Presentations. The Subject Areas Were As Follows: (1) Recent Developments In Recycled Oil, (2) Engine Oil Evaluation, (3) Lube Oil Base Stock Characterization, (4) Oil Analysis For Engine Condition Monitoring, (5) Bench Test For Oil Evaluation - I, (6) Bench Tests For Oil Evaluation - II, And (7) Systems Performance And Durability. Included In This Report Are The Entire Texts Of The Various Presentations, Including Figures And Tables. (1)
This Publication Is Written For Those Participating In The Retroreflectance Measurement Assurance Program (MAP) Service Provided By The National Bureau Of Standards. This Service Is To Verify The Accuracy Of Measurement Of Coefficient Of Luminous Intensity (R). This Paper Presents The Techniques And Procedures That Are Pertinent To Participating In The MAP Service, As Well As A Detailed Explanation Of The Error Analyses. Uncertainties For Both Retroreflectance And Luminous Transmittance Were Determined From Two Pilot Studies Carried Out With The Assistance Of Two Industrial Laboratories And By Research Performed On The Elements Of The MAP Package. (1)
This Report Presents A Long-range Plan For Roofing Research. The Plan Was Developed In Response To A Need For Roofing Research Addressing Major Materials Problems And Changes In Low-sloped Roofing Materials Technology. The Intent Of The Plan Is To Establish The Technical Basis For Developing Standards And Minimum Levels Of Performance To Assist In The Selection Of Cost-effective And Durable Roofing Materials. Four Major Areas Of Needed Research Are Identified: Low-sloped Roofing Systems, Roofing Membranes Including Single-ply And Built-up, Thermal Insulation For Roofing Systems, And Condition Assessment And Repair Of Roofs. Within Each Research Area, A Goal Is Given As Well As A Number Of Objectives To Achieve The Goal. A Recommended Approach To Accomplish Each Objective Is Also Given. (1)
Throughout The United States, Increasing Concern Is Being Expressed For The Need To More Fully Utilize The Existing Building Stock. The Report Documents A Process That Was Initiated In Late 1977 And Continues To The Present Time In Which Particular Regulatory Problems Impacting Building Rehabilitation Were Identified, A Regulatory Concept Which Responded To These Problems Was Formulated, And The Actual Implementation Of The New Approach In The State Of Massachusetts. Article 22 Of The Massachusetts State Building Code Is Printed In The Appendix Of The Report And Four Case Studies Of Actual Buildings Which Were Rehabilitated Are Included. (1)
Time-signals. Time (3)
Time Measurements (1)
Trace Elements (4)
United States (8)
United States. (9)
United States. Fire Prevention (2)
United States. Historic Buildings (1)
United States. Hydraulic Engineering (2)
United States. Hydrocarbons (1)
United States. Metric System. (1)
United States. Standardization (1)
United States. Technology (1)
Weapons Industry (1)
Weights And Measures (4)
Windows (1)
Wolf-Rayet Stars. (1)
Workload. (1)